After Finn Juhl’s rise to stardom in American design circles around 1950, his American colleagues, Charles Eames, increasingly inspired him in particular. Hitherto wood had been predominantly his favorite material but at this time he also began to experiment with steel gradually. Reflected in the simple geometric shapes and interlocking planes of the piece. Each sliding door and six trays are finished in different shades of blue lacquer.
Please note: since this is a reproduction of the original design, we used the same